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Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 hrs ago

Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks

"Talks between Iran and global powers continuous senior diplomats meets in Vienna to try to restore twenty fifteen you could deal sensitive from China Germany France Russia and Britain all together in a hotel in the Austrian capital their aim is to revive the landmark agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development Russian envoy me hand it would be an oft tweeted that an agreement on the restoration of the deal was within reach but not yet finalized there is no U. S. representative at the table because former U. S. president Donald trump pulled the U. S. I don't have the deal in twenty eighteen however president by this administration have shown willingness to rejoin the deal under certain times the U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in indirect talks with Iran with diplomats from the other world powers acting as go betweens I'm Karen Thomas

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Would You Add Your Driver's License to Your iPhone?

Talking Tech

02:02 min | 9 hrs ago

Would You Add Your Driver's License to Your iPhone?

"Was fifteen is going to update the iphones wallet app and it allow you to add several things including your driver's license or other personal. Id as well as other items including your car keys or your house keys. If they're compatible apple says the feature could be useful. If say you're at the airport you hit a tsa security checkpoint and instead of reaching for your physical driver's license or other id you can just whip out your phone and scan it directly in the newsletter. I wrote about how. I'm really not ready for that kind of commitment on my phone. I thought i already get anxious about losing my phone with what i already have on it. Which is email social media and stuff the thought of having my driver's license and my house keys and car keys and everything else just. I'm already worried about it. And i've not even in that situation yet. The other thing too. Is you know if i want to android for example even though yeah you can remotely wipe your phone and do things like that. It's still feels like there's a lot of effort you have to take if you've added all these features and then you want to switch and then you've got to dial it back Several readers responded on twitter. Here a couple of the more interesting ones besides the ones that suggested. I can't use my phone properly. Which i get it. It's fine it's okay. Twitter user fuser writes maybe step through the looking glass and viewed from the other side. Imagine if you lost your driver's license wouldn't it. Be nice to have it in your iphone while working on getting a replacement yes. That's absolutely convenient. I i like that idea. Another really interesting comment from johnny red beard. People have been carrying around that same information in one spot for a long time. If a lady leaves her purse somewhere she probably lost her. I d house car keys credit cards etc with an iphone. Worst case scenario. You just erase it or remotely. I totally agree. It's very convenient. It can be very useful in situations like that. I just am very i. I feel like this comes up a lot technology where we love the convenience but then we sometimes forget about the were surrendering lot of ourselves to these devices. And i think that's a matt where it's like. I'm i'm not ready for that type of sharing of my information yet with my iphone

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Bucks edge Nets in OT in Game 7, withstand Durant's 48

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 hrs ago

Bucks edge Nets in OT in Game 7, withstand Durant's 48

"Khris Middleton made the tiebreaking shot with forty seconds left in overtime before the box completed the game seven win over the nets one fifteen one eleven Middleton finished with twenty three points and ten boards for the box who allowed just two points in O. T. to advance to the Eastern Conference finals for the second time in three years a couple plays where you know you think they're gonna win the game but we started with it you're down Georgia game we're down in the fourth quarter but you know we stay with it was their resilient gas intense cobalt provided forty points and thirteen rebounds in guiding Milwaukee to its second straight elimination game when Kevin Durant led the nets with a game high forty eight points but missed a pair of shots after Middleton put the box in front I'm Dave Ferrie

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10 Injured After Pickup Truck Slams Group of Bicyclists in Arizona

Real Estate Today

00:39 sec | 18 hrs ago

10 Injured After Pickup Truck Slams Group of Bicyclists in Arizona

"A serious accident in Arizona this morning Foxes Arthel Neville with detailed police say Nine people are hurt after a truck driver plowed into a group of cyclists this morning. It happened in the town of Show Low around 7:30 A.m. local time, police say a Ford super duty pickup truck slammed into the cyclist who were taking part in a charity race to raise money for a local Officers say the suspect tried to escape. He was then shot by responding officers and is in critical condition. Four of the victims were also listed in critical condition. A church bus has collided with another vehicle along a highway in

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The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

Axios Today

02:02 min | 1 d ago

The Hard Truth of the Marijuana Industry

"The obstacles to black latinas had to overcome when they chose to start their own businesses in the overwhelmingly white marijuana industry in two thousand eighteen. Almost seven hundred thousand people in the us were charged for possession of marijuana. Black people were almost four times more likely to be arrested for possession than white people despite the fact that both groups use marijuana at similar rates for a long time because of the so-called war on drugs of the eighties and nineties. These disparities were the primary story of marijuana people of color in the us. But now that story is. Changing as marijuana is legalized in more states. Across the us and growing into a multibillion dollar industry black entrepreneurs are trying to reclaim the plant that crushed their communities for so long black entrepreneurs like gmo modern. I saw this as an opportunity to say if i watch people my community get arrested for this. Why can't i help people my community enter from the legal quote unquote right governmental legal standpoint of this and seeing where we can seek those opportunities. Jia runs her own. Pr firm gb m. communications and public relation services for marijuana businesses. She started her company in two thousand twelve after working goldman sachs for fifteen years three years after starting her company into the marijuana industry. This was in twenty fifteen. Twenty seven states in dc had either legalized medical marijuana or decriminalized marijuana possession but it was instill is illegal at the federal level. So entering that space meant carrying the stigma of working in what many still considered to be an illegal business. My gut never said. Stop what my gut said is back. Be prepare. that you're gonna get a lot of flack keep coughing

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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Josh Anderson, Canadiens Beat Golden Knights in OT to Win Game 3

SportsCenter All Night

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Josh Anderson, Canadiens Beat Golden Knights in OT to Win Game 3

"Three of the Stanley Cup finals between the Golden Knights in the Canadians going into the match up, the series is tied at one game apiece. Vegas is five and to all time in game threes of a best of seven series when tied 1 to 1 effort to games Montreal is two and six in their last eight game threes of a best of seven series. When tied 1 to 1 After two games here is TSN 69 61 Pass. No icing in behind the salt worry turned it over. 96 God Rays flurry with a major mistake could retire to do that was Anderson's second goal of the postseason. His first goal came came against the Maple Leafs and the Canadians. First game of the playoffs. Fuckinjimmie frankly, Pastor Anderson, Here's Anderson. She keeps me Josh Sanderson, the overtime hero, the Canadians with him 32. And that was Josh Anderson's first career playoff overtime goal, and it was clutch. They weren't new to this, though they are true to this. Having been undefeated in overtime games this postseason, They get the 3 to 1. When

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Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Press Executives Charged Under New Security Law

"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.

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Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Hong Kong Newspaper Editor, CEO Denied Bail

"Two senior employees of Hong Kong's pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily have appeared in court charged with violating national security. Both the editor in chief Ryan Law and the Chief executive, Chung Kim Hyung, were denied bail. And he, Vincent is in Hong Kong. Dozens of Hong Kong residents lined up outside West Callaloo in court to support the Apple daily executives on Friday night. Three of the five arrested were released on bail. Today. The court heard that the chief editor and CEO of Hong Kong's most popular newspaper stand accused of conspiring with the paper's owner, Jimmy Lai, in requesting foreign nations to impose sanctions against Hong Kong. And the Chinese government. Mr Light, is already serving time in prison for his involvement in the 2019 protest movement and is awaiting trial for national security law charges.

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Mann Scores Career-High 39, Clippers Eliminate Jazz 131-119

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Mann Scores Career-High 39, Clippers Eliminate Jazz 131-119

"I'm incredible second half rally by the clippers has then headed to the conference finals for the first time ever beating the jazz one thirty one one nineteen in a series clinching game six with a barrage of three pointers LA came from twenty five points down Terrence Mann brought the clips back to life scoring twenty in the third quarter alone and ending with a career high thirty nine I just had a lot to you and do what I did you do leave me open to shoot open shots out of willow way back in the game Paul George had twenty eight you felt that the monkey off of the clippers back in terms of you know get out of the second round LA made twenty of thirty nine from three point land Utah got thirty nine points from Donovan Mitchell I am Markt Myers

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The Youth Organization Spreading the Word About the Climate Crisis

UN News

01:14 min | 1 d ago

The Youth Organization Spreading the Word About the Climate Crisis

"We are here in the city of the czech republic with two young professionals talking about the issue of our time. Climate change on rush and christina. Zakho china are behind a nonprofit and awareness. Raising project called fact on climate christina is a data designer and journalist and also a student at masaryk university in on rush is a physicist by education and lecture on non violent communication by profession mccown broza from the united nations information centre unique proc. Welcome afternoon christina. How engaged are young people in the whole idea of taking climate action. Are they getting more and more interested in the issue from your experience. What i can see around me in my like my peers. Sir and friends are. I think we are engaged a lot but quite often. We are not sure what to do. So i can see people being interested trying to read them. Article also get some more information but then we don't know what to do with that.

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Kaprielian Makes It to Bronx, Leads a's Over Yanks 5-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Kaprielian Makes It to Bronx, Leads a's Over Yanks 5-3

"The Oakland Athletics won their seventh straight game and then the Yankees three game winning streak five to three Tony Kemp three run Homer in the sixth inning off reliever Wandy Peralta overcame a three two New York lead built on home runs by teaching let me hook that door it was just the third Homer of the year for camp yeah I don't feel good you know we just came in here and we know we have a good record on the road and you know to try to pass the time have good at bats and tickets went on that one right there one time Yankees first round draft pick James corporately and picked up the win for the ace in his Bronx debut giving up just three hits while fanning seven to raise his record to form one Matt Olson in his nineteenth Homer the FO Oakland tying for second in the American League Tom Mariam the York

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Dave Chappelle Documentary to Close Tribeca Film Festival

710 WOR Programming

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Dave Chappelle Documentary to Close Tribeca Film Festival

"A famous comic is closing out the Tribeca Festival tomorrow night. The film from comedian Dave Chappelle takes a glimpse into the challenges facing a rural village in Ohio. During the early days of the pandemic, it will spotlight the high emotions following the Black lives matter. Movement along without local young people started weekly marches and rallies. The film will premiere at Radio City Music Hall, which marks the first time the iconic venue has been opened in more than a year. I'm Lisa G.

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Nation marks Juneteenth as federal holiday for the first time

Pat Walsh

00:08 sec | 1 d ago

Nation marks Juneteenth as federal holiday for the first time

"First time tomorrow. The nation will mark Juneteenth as a federal holiday June 19th commemorates the end of slavery in the US

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Chinese Defector Brings Information About Origins of Coronavirus and About American Intelligence Community

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 2 d ago

Chinese Defector Brings Information About Origins of Coronavirus and About American Intelligence Community

"Let's get to take away number two from this piece. Not only this dungeon. We have detailed information about China's special weapons systems, the Chinese military's operation and the Wuhan Institute and the origins of SARS Covid, too, and the Chinese government assets and sources within the United States. Challenging way has extremely embarrassing. Listen to this and damaging information about our intelligence, community and government officials. In the quote terabytes of data he's provided to the D, uh He has damaging information for those of you watching the Fox nation. Are you marvelling at my ability to multitask as I log back in the call screener here, check that out. Pretty cool. I'm talking at the same time. Kidding, Of course. Anyone can click computer mouse while docking. It's not a skill exactly. Read. That last said You're that last sentence I read. So this spy from China that's defected has embarrassing and damaging information about our for the liberals. This thing that means the United States, our intelligence, community and government officials. In the terabytes of data. Uh, Uh huh. What do you think could be in there? You know, maybe a couple weeks ago on my Fox show when I went through that whole monologue, laying out how I believe we funded a Chinese bioweapons facility in the Wuhan Institute, which is a bioweapons facility. Bio weapons. And all the liberals freaked out. Africa expenses here it you know, whatever liberals tell you a conspiracy theory should openly laugh at these utter imbeciles. Um, Like I said, I'm running out of conspiracy theories because all my old conspiracy theories

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Master Dirty Talk: 60+ Tips & Examples - burst 11

Sex with Dr. Jess

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Master Dirty Talk: 60+ Tips & Examples - burst 11

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Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

WSJ What's News

01:31 min | 2 d ago

Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

"The supreme court has rejected another legal challenge to the affordable care act the signature. Healthcare law passed under the obama administration in a seven two decision. The court found that a case brought by texas and other republican leaning states lacked legal. Standing is the third time the court has considered the two thousand ten law and the third time that the aca has prevailed for more on. Today's decision i'm joined by wall street journal. Legal affairs reporter brent kendall. Hi brian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so brent. Tell us more about the court's reasoning here. This is the third time. The court has had to wade into this area. I mean in some ways. This was the most unlikely of three cases. This was all setup because congress a couple of years ago there's a mandate in the law that most people buy insurance and there was a penalty associated with that if you didn't and so what congress did a couple years ago as part of a tax reform package zero out the penalty so now even if you don't have coverage and your technically supposed to. There's no monetary penalty for doing that. The complication is supreme court previously upheld the law and the idea that congress could use its taxing power as a justification for the mandate in the first place and so then republicans stepped in and said. Well there's no tax anymore you can't justify the law under the taxing power and so what the court said today as well. You don't really have any valid basis for making that argument because nobody is hurt by. The government charging us zero dollars for not carrying insurance. The end we don't say anything else in the case.

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"first time" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

03:42 min | 2 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"Right win like maybe a match to before mine was. I was going to get a gun compete. That's when it started hitting the nurse. Hit and everything. And i try laughing august playing around. You know just having fun with it. So i go there and line up and To get ready to compete that schwinn you feel it. You feel it code. Find out the guy doesn't show some like who are you know a guy didn't show up. He gets tq and so like making jokes about it. How is it tough match ever done. You know just kinda just playing it off the nerves and stuff and instill i you know. I'm like okay so my next match is like in ten minutes sock okay. So i'm thinking my i feel like my nerves have gone like all right. I'm good. I'll be good for the next one. Second match comes up. I get there and i feel the nurse comeback son of a bitch the nurse her back but before i go to the corner why was before and before it can get there this all just like walks in and gets in illinois spot. I'm like okay baucus. Some going the other side so i go to the other side of the table. And he's like ready to go like he's all right. I'm ready to go. He's like on the mat. Ready to go like holy shit having taken off my fucking flip. Wash it and so nervous. But i didn't have time that it really like being nurse when everybody. Yeah it was like when. I was in the military and had jump out of the play for the first time. They're just like okay on the wage. Took me out before. I could even be nervous about it so So i get out there accounts whatever and we start to roll in and the the nerves were there goes nervous but he was and at some point in it. I remember thinking..

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"first time" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"Another episode of judah settles cocoas. The podcast talked about. What's important on and off the mets on this episode. We have handful of jujitsu. Settles that talk about their first time experience stepping onto the competition scene and talking about what it was like before during and after. We're going to start this show off with an interview with cousin. Aunt one of the founders of this show and he's talking about his experience at grappling industries tournament that he competed in virginia a couple of weeks ago. So we're going to go ahead and start with that so with that being said hope you enjoy the episode or even smaller so that way they can kinda accommodate everyone. They had a ten of ten minutes down so they could have everybody going. But i mean it was constant like nonstop. No breaks no nothing. Everybody complete competing and we guys competing up until eleven o'clock in the evening. You know so our coaches were there There there till at least midnight one. Am making sure everybody had a coach next to them at coaches running from one to another just to make sure at one point Right when my first match was we had one One two three four five mats of guys of art just from our school on on the mats coaches for everyone of them so yeah it was it was a it was a great experience of excuse. Me he was great experience in. It was packed. It was a lot lot of people. Oh wow man all right and so what way. Classes you end up competing at so. I ended up a competing at under one eighty. Five of i was a little above one seventy a couple of weeks. Go into it and you know being. This was my first competition i tournament. And remembering what you know. Talking unique thing about not stressing whatever. And so. I did i. I didn't even cut weight or anything like that was like i'm fine. I walk around. You know little ruined seventy m. i'm fine and so I didn't worry about cutting weight or anything like that. And so i just wanted to go in the experience. I wanted to go in to see what it was like..

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"first time" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"I am two very important. Entertainment related questions for sean. Before we run out of time here one is there a new episode of falcon and winter soldier. Winter soldier. Tonight there is there is actually already Already popped. It'll be there when you get home. Fantastic's my son will be very excited about that. That'll be episode to hoping for a little more action in episode two. There's a lot of table setting background. We need to remember who we are. With comic book things we need more punching so i need some serious punching in tonight's episode also king kong vs godzilla. When does that hit a tv screen very soon. Let me Let me the march and we're about there. My kids are so damned excited about that. You know why. Because god because king kong is standing on an aircraft carrier and punches godzilla. Where sean right in the face stupid dragon. But that's i know that's hitting real soon on add up on the march thirty first. Okay now that is available on streaming and the theater. I believe Yeah it's doing a door release. I believe it might even be available in theaters right now but on the The hbo max streaming service. I i believe it drops the thirty first. it might be too intense for my youngest sore. Probably not gonna do the theater for just me and my insane. We would go to the theater if it ends up to and as you know hong bows to no one he doesn't so hey kids it's that time again. With armstrong and getty airs your hosts for final thoughts me. Let's get a final thought from a technical director michelangelo. Yeah just thinking about pushups and heart health. I think i could do eleven pushups. But i'm glad it's push not pull ups only pull ups. I'd be dead tomorrow. I wouldn't even attempt that nike train. The rest of my life and never do eleven Let's get a final thought from positive author of lonesome dove. Larry mcmurtry passed away I've seen many series. i love it. I've never read the book. I'm going to do that. Yeah the book is fantastic and You know has even more richness and depth than the tv series did and it was among the greatest things ever made on. What is my final thought of. Maybe i'll just fill in this gap in case you don't what we're talking about. One year health organizations it looks like a fairly legit study but who knows heart health heart disease if you can do ten pushups in a row it cuts your chances of heart disease by quite a bit but if you can do eleven it goes down another two thirds from there. There's a huge difference between someone who can do eleven pushups in a row and ten pushups in earl. According to this study so drop and give me eleven. I did eleven earlier. I think could've done twelve but i did. Eleven which is really only. That's necessary Crown on and what else. I claim it was easy. Easy jack so more fried chicken and laying around on the couch. As long as i can still do eleven push ups so which way i look at it. That's the threshold. My brother who was in the military for a long time in part stain in the military. Until you're fifty like he did Is you gotta do push ups on a regular basis he. He's a big believer. The only thing you can do the only exercise you can do to train do more. Pushups is push ups now lifting weights or nothing else seems to like do same way just push ups armstrong and getty wrapping up another grueling for hour workday. So many people to think that. Make all this happen and so much. Cool stuff at our website. Armstrong and getty dot com lot of the stuff we talked about. Today bbc that ski jumper crash that's gruesome anyway and stuff you can buy. We'll see on monday. God bless america. Listen up jackwagon. Where's episode ever considered being good at your job and your glued bad names bounce off me and stick to you complete utter nonsense. Great news epic bird folks. I'm going thank you very very much. High very armstrong and getty. Hey it's comedian nikki. glaser. I can't wait for you to listen to my new. Show the nikki. glaser podcasts. From the big money players network and iheartradio with my best friend and roommate. Andrew collin andrew. He's hilarious and no. We are not no cooking. Radio is wonderful podcast. You can always find the nikki. Glaser podcast on iheartradio app. Or wherever you get your podcasts oh god..

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"first time" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"On the list replacements. So those two those two things indicated to me jack. This thing is serious and if a democratic name especially one that can generate a lot of noise with some serious money behind him gets into the thing. That really is a game changer. california wise. And i think nationally for where the soup reelection or the st col. Excuse me goes you know was working against gavin. Newsom is that he's more of a dope than a lotta people realized. I think that's what he's got wording against him. I know you probably can't comment on that. I don't know if he can do a lotta push ups or not. We'll have to ask him that. Express go as a nonpartisan political analyst. You probably don't wanna weigh in on. How dopey he is. But he's taken it from all sides and then there was I know you wanna get into the. Is he having an affair story. That broken some publication yesterday but that your way too dignified for that sort of conversation. Does this mean anything for the rest of the country if the biggest state's governor goes down or is it just fodder for californians now. I think it's huge. I mean look along was well. I mean mario cuomo is hanging on by his fingernails. Okay and once this attorney general Investigation comes out back your new york. I think it's gonna be if it's like what people pretty much expected. This point i think him hanging onto office and certainly getting reelected becomes exceedingly problematic california. I mean the problem is going to be you. Know what does gavin newsom. I mean he people fashion those two guys as two of the likely future leader of the party national and how how damaged just newsom become even if he survives the recall. I think that's going to be the big question. I think he's over. I think the whole i. I used to think man if i could buy stock in somebody that might be president. Gavin newsom sir. I put my money now. I think there's no chance. I think i think he even we'll realize now i'm back into the private sector. My time is over. Well he's got a bunch of wineries hanging out at so you're not a bad deal. I guess Back to the national scene briefly. How big a deal would it be to end. The filibuster and democrats can move stuff through on fifty votes as it is at the earthquake that some people make it out to be. I think it's bigger than cure. Certainly bigger than the average person realizes jack there is. There's a reason why that has been a central focus of congressional debate for every research president. Because he is the nuclear option remember. That's what they actually turned it. It is the nuclear option. And all you do is look at what just happened where you could get fifty one votes to put together two trillion dollar package and pass it. There's talk about that happening with the new three trillion dollar infrastructure package. And then you started going down a whole bunch of things you know. Gun rights and and You know voting a significant changes or protection. Some would say but depending on your perspective in voting. I think it's huge jack. And it really would change the dynamics of policymaking in our congress substantially and notably. I mean you just have. You can only imagine the chaos if the republicans do it control of the senate and fifty. Oh my god what happens then. Yeah that's all my god right And you gotta remember that. The president trump was pushing mitch mcconnell to do this when the republicans had the votes to pull this off and he didn't he held firm But you know we've gotten their little by little by drab Toward this could actually happen. It's amazing how important one senator in georgia has turned out to be isn't it. How many trillions of dollars wouldn't have been spent or maybe the filibuster being blown up if they could one one of those races. It's just incredible. The twists and turns a history. I told people that does two special elections in georgia jack. We're going to be the determinate factors certainly in this congress and maybe for many congresses to come. I think a lot of people still hung over from new year's eve and it didn't realize that i could january. How big that was. No kidding and it'll be lost to history. I think that that's what turned all of this. But wow what. A huge deal You want people to follow your twitter at gerry. Dietrich does that what you prefer. Yeah that's the way to go and Your gave me so much going on this year. It's going to be pretty wild. Are you surprised one final question. Are you surprised how quickly the gun debate went away. I got all prepared and read up on my second amendment stuff and got ready again thinking we got a week or so to talk about this and lasted like twenty four hours. Well sadly jack. I mean i really mean this sadly whenever these tragedies happen in our country it seems like in the last decade or two. The same cycle happens lots of foment. Lots of conversation. Lots of anger for about a week and then he just seems to go away. One would hope one would hope that at some juncture there is gonna be capacity for both sides to sit down and work out something where people feel like. We're moving in a direction. Somehow and i know some of these problems absolutely intractable But i hate to see people get stirred up angry. And then that's it seems to me that anger just gets buried well right and what you just said. At some point. Some day you'd think people on both sides could sit down and you can fill in gun stuff. You can fill in immigration stuff. He can fill in healthcare stuff. When will we ever deal with these things. I don't know gary dietrich at gary dietrich Is his twitter handle. Thanks i appreciate your time today. okay. Jackie get we. Could we got more on a whole bunch of things it will get to. Are they turning the house into a safe room. There's a wristwatch. 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"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

"If. You're thinking that we're on the verge of a civil war. I cleaned up the mess left in from a civil war for year my life in Bosnia. Cape were not near that. I wasn't around eighteen sixty. But. One of my experiences in life was cleaning up the mess of a civil war and that not only means the feelings of the various warring sides. But I'm talking literally about mass graves about exhuming mass graves. Full of kids adults old people even one that had the family pet senate. Really Weird. And so I've seen what civil war can do, and that was an ethnic civil war but a civil war nevertheless. and. I'm telling you that you're racing to a conclusion that no evidence supports whether you're far left and you say trump's not gonNA leave the White House. It from a practical standpoint if he loses the election. He's GonNa leave the White House The Washington. Post had a story today about a pro Bono attorneys are gonNA make themselves available? because. If you're not aware of this, there's going to be fairly significant national guard active call up prior to the election. there's going to be considerable federal law enforcement. Resources moved to Washington DC and all think it's. If you can't figure it out. November is GONNA be as show leading up to the election, and there's not gonna be a winner on the night of Tuesday November third. So it's going to be an show possibly for several weeks as as dribs and drabs of envelopes from states that have never had mail it elections are trying to make trying to. D F. This first time ever here we have to enforce We have a lot of male inexperience and Dean Logan. The county registrar knows exactly where to find enough ballots to get whatever tax increase to pass. Secondly. We're not in play. This state doesn't matter spoiler alert Biden Wins California they're gay but. I want you vote yes and proximity to and vote vote anyway I'm so anyway. You may not see it here. But in some of the swing states where they don't have a lot of male and experience it's to be an s show and there are some people who are going to say that they're stealing the election on both sides. You understand this if there are shot and by the way in Denver tonight, don't tell you about this. A pro Patriot rally a versus and ANTIFA rally happened and a pro Patriot guy was shot and killed. Turns out by a security contractor working for a TV. Outlet. Tell you about that. I have a really depressing sad feeling about this now as I say I've seen the aftermath of civil wars were not close to what set that one off. But we have loads and loads, loads of individuals who think that they're in a life or death moment and that they're being called upon as Patriots. I would just say this don't contact me because my next phone call will be to the FBI there. I've saved you some brief backward after this WHAT HAPPENED IN DENVER? I'll give you that what we know. The latest that we know in just a second Kfi am six, forty s e darcy replace live everywhere on the iheartradio APP..

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"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

"And One little ones that the by Giannis had early success with and here's the deal. This is what's called a loitering weapon. You launch it ten kilometers away from your your the suspected target area. Artillery's coming from this one grid square. Five, kilometers away you launch several of these drones and the operators fly them individually give him an area to go to. Then they begin scanning with the optics and they discover some Armenian t seventy two's that are in dugout revenue mints that from the ground, you wouldn't be able to see. But. The drone is circling above at about sixty miles an hour just making circles a two thousand feet nobody down there can hear it. And the operator. The Azerbaijani operator then designates a target and then guides that that drawn down onto the t seventy two and if it doesn't destroy, it outright immobilizes it and this has been a devastating weapon unveiled by the as. Roma. Janis which many of us have known about for years. One, of the earliest ones was made in. Monrovia at Arab firemen. Monrovia slash seamy valley or the test them and stuff the Chinese have done very very well with this kind of weapon because very quietly the people supplying them with weapon are Israel Aircraft Industries Because I. Has Made The sky striker a drone for. Nearly a decade now. Many people operate them. The Israelis upright them as by John operates them. The Israelis have been on the ground and observation since the late nineties one when I was in Baku interviewing for Radio Free Europe Voice of America the hotel I was in was with US special forces and Israeli guys Israeli civilians. They for for Israel by John is a strategic allies because I. If I remind you how the map works as a by John, has a lengthy southern border with the northern border of Iran and in any future Israeli strike on rainy nuclear forces the search and rescue on the part of the Israelis downed pilots would originate in Azerbaijan. Worst. Kept secret about the future strike the future joint Israeli strike on Iran. So, Iran not a big fan of by John which might confuse you at this point because wait aren't they all Muslims well, they'll play that card when it's convenient. In this case, Azerbaijan has made it crystal clear. They're not too tight with Iran's flavor of Islam, and the Iranians therefore have declared that the other by Janis are of course heretics. And even even worse there apostates. Way But they're not they're they're in bed with the Jews and so the enmity between Azerbaijan and Ron. Can't be adequately expressed. So where the strange bedfellows come in? Iran also shares a border with Armenia and if you don't know this Armenia..

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"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

"Cave I am forty hit his. Dark. Secret Place Sprang suits in here. Until Eleven. Is Our weekly look at the world melting down and the world's been melting down now for about two weeks in the caucuses. And the situation for fourteen days appears. To have calmed down for a little bit but there's two different stories are supposed to be a ceasefire between the ethnic Armenian enclave called nagorno-karabakh or Awestruck if you if you around the L. A. Area on the one, seventy on the four. Oh Five. Of course on the to ten on on the pedestrian overpasses, you see Armenian flags with Hashtag struck ast are a cage. And I have found out from my the referrals that I got the people who are physically in there that that is what they call it that they don't use the term Gorno car. And that in its capital to panicker You probably shouldn't call it Nagorno-karabakh. showed up from BBC or whomever. And you're saying. I'm just happy to be here in nagorno-karabakh. They may act like they don't know what you're saying because that's that's a soviet-era name and it it uses Azerbaijani words a stroke is the ethnic Armenian term for this click. The some other local impacts about this so that there's a lot of people asking how to help and they're buying first aid combat gear to send to our media how it gets into a stroke from Armenia is a is a bit. Dicey. Because Giannis are enforcing effectively a a blockade but. There's a ceasefire right now and according to the other by Johnny side. It is ceasefire. Simply, for the purpose of exchanging prisoners and the debt. And according to the Armenian side, and again, the Republic of Armenia is not this island this this enclave in the middle of Azerbaijan but. Obviously. They support US rock. They they're not firing shots from Armenian soil. That's that's the line that the Armenian seven cross Joe, the as Abidjan's accused them of that. And that would be a different kettle of fish. But this ceasefire is notionally according to Moscow. It's a ceasefire till further notice, it's exchange prisoners. And also. Give the enemy back their dead and if you've been watching this unfold on video for the past fourteen days you've seen. There are numerous land battles were the other by Giannis have overrun. Armenian positions. And the dead or scattered about, and then the Armenians have re-taken. Some of those positions and as Dead Ours Azerbaijanis are scattered about. And what I I've seen to be honest with you have seen them. Both sides take care to not. Be Defiling Each Other's Dad. because. They know that they they may be prisoners. Tomorrow or the next the next day. So the seems to be a respect for that, and and this cease fire for the purpose of exchanging prisoners and the dead wood would bear that out. By the way both sides immediately accused the other of violating the ceasefire, and since that's the way it is there's no way to figure out who did it or whatever. But by largest probably holding the. Don't hold your breath for that to happen or for for to continue to hold who is winning so far Well, the answer by Jonny had a plan and they had momentum and they have on two different fronts and sort.

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"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

03:04 min | 9 months ago

"first time" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

"Thirty six speaker sound system in the Cadillac. Escalade provides three hundred, sixty degrees sound not just here we're heap but everywhere. The twenty twenty, one, Cadillac Escalade never stop arriving this sausage is perfection. Activities Coming Bryan suits. On KFI. Nearby complete radio transmitter will actually broadcast from Cape before the shot. I would bomb. Out of them. got. Dark secret place with Brian Suits Archaic. I am. Six Forty Five everywhere on the IHEART radio APP it is dark secret weekly look at the world melting down and a lot of lot of melted all over the world. We'll give you the latest on the What they're calling a ceasefire in the Caucasus between the Armenian enclave of. Karabakh or Awestruck is perhaps you've learned to say. And the surrounding country other Biljon A whole lot of local Tien obviously with several hundred thousand. Ethnic Armenians in southern California alone nearly a million in California including a former governor. Dukmajian so a lot of people. Very interested with the connections and let me just say. A to all of you in the Armenian community who reached out to me giving me direct sources. Thank you very much. I actually have more than I need and and so I've been in direct contact with with a lot of people in the capital of. Nagorno. Karabakh Stepanakert. Is is your phrase pays on that one and in none of here's the thing they don't want US voices on the air but I've got a lot of information, direct first hand information, and so thanks to all of you who've helped me with that and and thanks to some of my old sources here on. Olive. Avenue. By the way for for direct phone numbers to their brothers in the like. That are there. There's there's a certain there's a certain style or a certain store that specializes in a certain product up and down all of avenue and and if many of them are Syrian Christians but then many others are Armenians including Armenians from nagorno-karabakh. So we'll get to that also. North Korea with a very, very unusual. Military prayed today honoring the seventy fifth anniversary of the formation of.

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"first time" Discussed on Mission Daily

Mission Daily

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"first time" Discussed on Mission Daily

"Do those things until we are okay with ourselves like I don't know that those coincidental I almost hesitate dancer because I know in my experience it's felt like I've been trying to do everything with weights and chains and all kinds of things on that was just oblivious to I was. I thought that they were armor. That was defending me. However they really just holding me down and they were things that I wore as scars of pride and badges of accomplishment however they were probably just Signs of world-class diminish her into training in your apartments and it was something where I was aware of them. Some of them anyways but they were always something. I thought you know it. Just wasn't that bad or it would get it would get better and the more I learn the more I just completely surrendered to the idea that for some folks and some types of trauma. There's just no getting better on your own. It's very very important to seek out the right type of professional help and in my case Medicine you know. It's so what you just said you know seems to capture this this battle within us which is like what parts of our existence require efforts and fighting and pursuing in hard work in tenacity and what parts to simply require us to go and it's not one of the other like. I can look back on things. I've accomplished that have required like I think I was once described by the president or go said like. Where's your dog on a bow and maybe another time? He described the meeting with a lot like going to the dentist. Honestly didn't even remember what he said after this. Whatever you're going to say right now. Ray is not good. I just like you don't even need to say. I think you had me at dentist. No he was saying that I was very methodical. Kind of his Persistence and and their heart. Whoa really important work. That does require this dogged. Persistence in this like Forcing yourself to break out of -Ly Knees in comfort and go do hard things but then there's some things that just require no ather at all it really is. It is more of a process of surrender. And you know some of the most important work I've ever done has been in some ways effortless like now what I did it. Just it just like a came just flowed out of me like just happened and all I did was locks prevent that from happening. I just didn't filter it or stop it exactly. You know and until it's not as simple as just saying what we should surrender and just let life happen Just let good work happen doesn't really work that way. Then we will. We get twisted up in or not. A lot of good comes from that so it seems that you're finding this really interesting. I don't know if it's a balanced exploration about what part needs a battle party to surrender. Yes that's an excellent excellent way to put it. I'm trying to find the balance and trying to become the conduit for the the threads of the idea that I've been pursuing for quite a while. Now in the idea mays and Just back up for a second. You said this is when you were running Education at Oracle. Or what was the the Department or title there? Yeah so I had. This was when I got this kind of feedback. Like you're a dog on a bone. You're a dentist you know going to look at every single tooth was when I was had a day. Job At oracle of running the education A in sort of my night job. I guess today would call him side. Hustles that sort of my side hustle at work was helping the President of the company with all sorts of strategic initiatives. Kind of like if it was big in hard and complicated organization. I usually we get involved in these kinds of things. And that's when I got that feedback from very cool. I guess it's an excellent side hustle to be methodical about to say I don't say this like trying to offend my honor because I think he said was was very true. Is One of the other things that ray helped me see about myself as a one time of me in a meeting? He can. He did this side argosy Liz. Ty like working with him he said. Because you're just you and I think it was particularly talking about gender at that point. He's like you know. Sometimes you know I work with people who feel like they've got to be tough in like women who need to out men the men and be sort of like aggressive and tough and you know there's others that go the other direction and and he said and that's not good either and he's a you just argue. It's because I'm too lazy to try to pretend like that. Seems like a you mentioned armor He seems like a lot of extra weight to carry to try to be something that you're right. I'm just so fascinated by what you're saying is like I kind of emceeing myself first time like sort of here like this is who I am. How powerful is that? It's it's powerful and it's I love having conversations like this. Because it's it's it's fun for me to be able to explore this stuff in a way where you know the other person's Holding that space for you to have the conversation and you have a conversation where I can instantly you know. We don't have video up or anything but I can instantly tell there's not judge there's no judgment Coming from your end and it's one thing to say it's laziness it's another to just Almost like relaxation where you had the conversation evolve so yeah this is great well and you have this. This makes me think It we started this conversation with you know here. We are in early April sheltering at home and while they're so many losses and tragedies going on around us there are some these beautiful upsides and one of the things that I think is happening. Right now is people are working. How ending more time with their family stripping away all of these things. That really don't need doing you know these places. I thought I needed to go these planes. I needed to fly on clients. I need restrict gallbladder way. See what we don't really need but I think other incredible thing that's happening for us is. We're seeing each other more holy more fully as you know. I think it's really caught in this image that I'm forgetting his name. Everyone knows who he is The professor in South Korea who was broadcasting with the BBC in his daughter cowards room which is on Aryan forgetting his name but we all remember this image and in what was this a year or two ago and it was like shocking war of like Oh shot and Verda like oh my goodness like that so funny but yeah. I would hope that never happened to me and and now it's it really is the new normal and I think the beautiful thing that's happened is we've been on meetings and you know like kids tunnel into the picture jumps up and nobody's hiding away that in this video he's trying to hide like no no by chiller really aren't in. This room was like let me. Just help her find the exit. It's more like I feel like it happened today. Maybe what he would do as he would just take his daughter but honestly and say oh. Hi this is my daughter. Maybe Jealous. That's w get back to doing this very important interview and give her kiss an auction. We'd go and and I think what's happening is that we're seeing perceived people and their bookshelves behind them or the piles of mess behind them. We don't come into work. Just as professionals with a skill set knowledge that we come in as hope people like me come in trailing all of these cares and worries in our wake and. I really do think it's one of the great outsides. It will come from this sudden working from home. Everywhere is to destroy eight people like hope people completely spend more time acknowledging like hey ally here's the here's the hard thing I'm going through and I've been really lucky having left worker on started a little company and you know there's just nine of us we all work from home and despite the fact that I'm a dog on a bone love productive meetings loved jumping right into work. I really learned to step back and jest. I treat all the human ixis before diving into work like just how are people? Yes one of the things that we've we've learned to start meetings with similar spend a day. Together as a team you spend the for Fowler on just how are you? And they're not does nice lesson trees it just people saying well let me tell you how I am and there's not a judgment not like well. We can't trust him bad because he's going through this like Oh let me got all my aides. In his acid as people have more and more like here is knee hip to stick to my. Hey how can I help with this and coverage other? It's a beautiful thing and I really do think it's going to happen. Rodley. It's wonderful thing and it's sparking this cultural movement towards work life integration and dropping that you have all the pretense of having to be a different person at work than you are at home a different person here than you are over here and if we can become integrated psychologically as people that's going to be. I can't even imagine how much this is going to accelerate economic progress over the course of say a couple years into the future as we get the stimulus out there. The Dow is up eleven hundred points. Think saw that a couple of hours ago as the economic engine start to turn back on around the world. I think we're going to be culturally ready to start allocating capital much more effectively altruistically really than we've ever done at any point in history. So that's the the higher level narrative but I I see the same thing happening with our little team Zoom as well And it's fun and it was one of the things I didn't realize I was missing about about business up.

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"first time" Discussed on Mission Daily

Mission Daily

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"first time" Discussed on Mission Daily

"We have an awesome guest today. And that's the good news. We have a guest here. She's amazing. Liz wiseman and she's also a super front after this interview. We got to connect deep before during and after. Liz is a great person. She had joined US previously a couple of months ago and stuff sat down to talk with her and today we got sue catch up and talk a little bit about my story her story and what. We're learning along the way as we go. This is a two part assode. You'll hear half of its day and half of it tomorrow and the good news today. Is that your okay just as you are right now. You're awesome. Thanks for listening. Let's jump into today's episode with Liz. Weisman the CEO at the Weizmann Group. It's been a while since you joined us last time you were here. You got to hang out with Stephanie. And talk with her. And I'm excited to be able to sit down with you remotely today and throw the ball in your court. You can do a little bit of interviewing me and vice versa here. Well you know just went down on the phone. We're talking about what this shelter at home has done and our lives in all the questions. It's bagging I would love to hear your perspective. You distract started telling what has changed in your world and what are some of the bigger questions that are being asked right now. Sure so personally. Of course we start there. This is all couched from a lens of I had some pretty profound struggles late last year and in in my life to the fact that I've had post traumatic stress disorder for quite a while. I've been in denial about it. I've been running in all kinds of different circles to act like it wasn't there so that was something that started late last year. really hit home mountain near death experience and it led me to getting not just professional help but starting protocol created by maps dot org that includes Dna and it's the most efficacious thing in the world for carrying PTSD. So that's the journey. I'm on right now. I have had one active medicine session. And there's a lot going on in my life however When we were talking earlier it's there's never been a more interesting time for me. Feels very frightening in one sense but then beautiful in another sense where for the first time in my life. I'M WAKING UP FROM A coma that I've had for as far as I can tell and with the help a train professionals since I've been a child and so that's the Lens that I'm doing things throw so full disclosure there however there's this wonderful opportunity. I think that all of us have now to really look at where our lives are and look at who the people in our lives are and really get a chance to see them for the first time because Emmy. When was the last time that we've spent a couple weeks together in the same place right the quarantines already longer than most vacations and it just begs the question? What type of lifestyles were we living to this prior to the pandemic so I guess that's where I'll start Woah? Wow Wow I feel like nothing I have to talk about. Is this interesting as what you have to talk about is so this? Oh my goodness so. I love this idea that we're able to see things for the first time that we've been seeing all along and it reminds me. GonNa get wrong. I think it's t s eliot quote that something like an end of all of our journey is two rides. Were we start no the place for the first time and know the place for the time? This is what it reminds me about is like this chance to and for those who are fortunate to be able to shelter with people and with people that they care about to have this. It's like it's incredible intimacy to be able to. Oh Yeah like. I've been living with you for you know for me. The kids like I'm living with my daughter. I've been living with for twenty three years. I know but now I'm getting to know her in a way that I never have before and to really see the people that we pass in the halls just whether at home or at work like Oh wow I see now very different way. Yes there's so much to talk about with with what you're going your bed given my limited understanding of of what you've been going. I would love to hear. What are you able to feel that you haven't been able to feel for years? Sure the most profound thing was the morning after the first active medicine session was the first time I feel like I've ever seen myself in the mirror and I've struggled with body dismore disorder since I've been young and obviously I look different now than I did when I was younger. But this is the first time that I've been able to see myself without the voice kind of ringing in my ears. That was our to tolerate so that. Like a distortion. Yes you're able to see yourself without some distortion. That has been there. Yes without a mask that I was kind of wearing from childhood and it was not just a bit of a profound thing. It was a a you know I was singing spontaneously. I was looking all around and it was almost like I had a new body a lot of different emotions. But that's just the start of the unfolding Because this is a it's been described as you know the session. The medicine are one thing but the change that it begins to spark a brain chemistry level at a psychological level those start unfolding rapidly throughout the integration process which is no small task in and of itself so working consistently with the same psychotherapist that administered the medicine each week. Doing some texting doing some journaling. All kinds of different things. But it's It's been an experience to say the least okay so I have to ask you like what is it that you are saying for the first time that you really like and its context to that. I haven't been through anything. You perhaps are grappling with now. I remember one time. I travel a lot for her in a hotel bathroom. And you know you look at yourself in the near and you don't really see yourself like you're brushing your make your hair. Whatever and I think it was because I was alone in a hotel room like no one around to now tell everyone here now is I just looked at myself in the mirror like one of the first times. I really just looked at myself like I with myself. It could not have been more than thirty seconds. Privacy chatted terror. I myself I was like who like. That was a little bit scary. Somehow she scared me by disciplines like penetrating eye contact so I had this long look at myself wanted it kind of frightened me alone in this. This bathroom what is it. That you saw is how healy like like. I don't know really love what I see and I. I don't know all the specifics of what you mentioned but I kind of feel like. I've had similar experiences as well. Yeah they're they're very they're very interesting and the more work I do. The more discover of course like how little I know but that's not terrifying anymore. It's not like the fear of the unknown is just radically diminished as I keep walking on this journey and you know it wasn't about loving what I saw or anything like that. It was just this feeling of being okay with what I saw and myself and realizing that it was enough and I didn't I didn't have to change. I didn't have to work out more. I didn't have to do anything really that it would be okay and I would be okay so was it really starting at a baseline of Loving myself by any stretch of the imagination. It just I sparked a a lot of curiosity. I guess is the best way to to say the all-consuming emotion that came from so curious about what it's an interesting thing but I didn't see got Kinda like that. That would make you feel curious. Yes so who I was and what life was what the purpose of it was. And what my role in it was just kind of like dissolving all around me. What what I thought it was and this curiosity was replacing. It and the curiosity just started from this point of you've been okay this whole time however all of these experiences are they happen for a reason. They're all lessons that you need to learn from an intergenerational trauma standpoint. They were all lessons that your ancestors needed sue to learn there. Is this feeling not to get do but there? Is this feeling that all of the Chad were already. There's this strong sense that you know in studying the drama of my different ancestors and my mom's family a on the whiteside Jewish origins where one of the family members barely escaped Germany. Before things got very bad and exploring that and exploring my dad's side from Appalachia which was not always a wonderful country unloving place and I just. This meaning started to trickle in. And this this meaning in my life had always been on the periphery however now it was something that I was okay with. I was starting to become okay with accepting it. And that's the best way I can describe what started to happen After those experiences are out after my first medicine session you know. What's interesting backward chat. I I am no therapist. But what what you said I find so interesting. Is that when you get to a place where you can see yourself as you are an accepted and like it and be okay with that and field? This no need to change herself. It allowed to start to ask questions about what is my place in the world. What is my mission what what can and should I doing? And I just wonder if need me can't really.

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"first time" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"first time" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"What are you driving? We're glad you're okay. But what car were you driving. It was really worried about this car and the guy goes driving hill. I was walking. That was the uh-huh well Gotti sub using that word. Yes I am too and it was a teachable moment. That's what happens hands down in old Alpine Springs. My hope is that whenever people here Mike Pence his name may think every putt going they call me mother. That's what I hope Yeah Yes yes oh I do. Yeah that's what I need to watch that. Show it taking more drug shows yeah. I'm the one we went to in Seattle. Where can you watch drag race? Oh adding the past seasons during Netflix. Netflix Hulu look also one hundred percent. Keynote everything drag racing undergrad everything repulsive disclaimer disclaimer disclaimer. You can appreciate some parts have something without condoning all of it. The culture. Yeah Yeah so wheels yeah so anyway. Sorry had said that word but It was necessary for the story story and there was a learning moment and he was so cool about. He's like oh I didn't know doing it to sell it. I wish more people who we're giving you information reacted that way. He was not my thing. But Hey man I'm not gonNA stop you very cool very cool dude All right let's social us. Trending Sunday on. Twitter is Republican will heard who told Jake Tapper on state of the Union this morning over the weekend that he's voting no on impeachment saying quote you can vote against the impeachment but still disagree with some of the policies and some of the behavior unquote will hurt is retiring after this term and I can't make any sense out of this From him he he seemed like he was one of the only Republicans on the committee that was asking Reasonable questions of the witnesses is instead of just you know going off on a five minute speech and Not You know right on conspiracy theories right. Yeah yeah so were you. How how much were you expecting him to vote? I didn't really have breath. Thought either way about it. I figured one hundred percent. No Republican was gonNA vote for impeachment except for just a mosh And that's the only one I can think of and I think he's actually actually left the party anyway. Independent now or something I think so. I'd have to double check on that but like I. I really didn't think I mean I thought it was nice. That will I heard was at least asking thoughtful questions but to you know he. He's it's just an interesting argument that you can vote against the impeachment but disagree with some of the policies and behavior. Yeah and I think the policy is the key word there because you can't impeach the president because you don't like his policy but if it's illegal he goal then you must and so I just think it's a weird argument Because he didn't go into any details about like I would expect a thoughtful quote unquote Republican like will heard to to go into an explanation about This is the evidence I didn't see any of course didn't talk at all about obstruction which is a clear Violation of the constitution obstruction of Congress article. So it's just it's it's an odd position to take especially if you're not running again right. Yeah maybe it's more investment in his Home doormats that would be filled with dog shit from his locals something when it goes back to flaming minks dog poop bags so you know I gotta live here also so maybe not. Now where's he from again. Did you say I don't remember. Oh let's see her. Yes sorry she is. I think it's a swing district. Okay maybe less than maybe but still poop well heard He represents but we do. District stretches five hundred fifty miles from San Antonio to El Paso Along the US Mexican border. He's forty two years old. I'm older than him all that time. A Life Yeah. Twenty third district in Texas Republicans. Twenty fifteen parents Maryalice and Robert Educated at Texas am all right. Sounds good all those things. Threes from these. He lives in the district. Yeah There was a little bit of a kerfuffle twitter. Kerfuffle this week when Bernie Swin Chunk Wieger said that he was Brian. Hi Katie or winger. Is that how you set. I don't remember I just know I have honestly. I have no idea how to say any part of his name. I just know what he looks like in who he is. And I you don't have. Ty T. Chung on any and he he came out and said that Bernie Sanders had endorsed him and everybody blew up because he's got a history. We've seen some pretty nasty things about women as recently as twenty thirteen and so the argument being. Hey we welcome open arms if you have if you're apologetic and you want to be a Democrat cool and you can have a show host a show and everything but to run for Congress especially in a district. You don't live event and especially Katie Hill seat bridge too far and so there was so much online outrage that Within the same day Bernie Sanders said. I'm not I'm withdrawing endorsement. That was wise of him. He I'm like I thought he didn't in a in a kind way to that so interesting though because when I think of him I think of you you know the young Turks being incredibly to the left rice and he did help a lot with like the election of the squad and more progressive stuff But like there's just other candidates there's another candidate running in that district have to look her up real quick. Who's never said anything like that? And so when it come you know when it comes down between that and that And then I just don't think that that's just an endorsement. You even want to get close to So let me see who's running for Katie Hills. Old Seat Besides Chink you guys see the article. That Jackie Mao recently where she was like this is is far from over like this whole bench porn thing is going to ruin my life. Katie Hill Yeah. I did not read an article. No California's twenty fifth. It looks like that's where Popadopoulos is running. Oh God God Oh Papa. DOC's running for hurled seat growth are you so it's night is running in the special election march third which is the same as our Primary to replace Katie Hill but he's not cleared the Republican field because Popadopoulos Is running for that seat Navy veteran Mike Garcia and Lancaster City Council member Angela. Underwood Jacobs are in both declared their candidacies before he'll resign. One announced Democrat State Assemblywoman. I'm Kristie Smith has earned the backing of Katie Hill as well as other Democratic leaders and members of Congress. He'll tweeted Wednesday. That Smith is the only one you can keep it blue and the only one the community deserves so. That's who I was thinking. I was Christy Smith. She said she phoned Smith before resigning to make sure she would run and she said to the to the guys boys please be gentlemen step aside. She's got this that's what he'll tweeted cool. Yeah I'm what I'm for would. Katie Hill wants totally same. So that's what's happening with With that twin California's twenty-fifth should be an interesting race special election march third which are going to bring a lot of people out because that is the presence primarily. Yeah absolutely well thanks. Yeah no worries sorry. Took me a minute to get it and that is it. That's it that's all gone. That's Hashtag you you so any final thoughts. Yeah I have a final thought. I know we didn't really touch on it much obviously the UK election happened in at the end of last week. And it's a place I lived in for a very long time and care for very deeply and I know a lot of my British friends are feeling really heartbroken right now and I understand that There just like graphs and like devastated avid. And I really understand so I just for any of our listeners. Just hang in there. There is tomorrow the day and there are a lot of wonderful people people still who do live there and you have to find them and you have to. You just continue to fight for what you believe in you know whatever that means with your time or your money or your energy whatever or your job whatever it is like it's up to you to make a change now and it feels totally overwhelming. But you you can't give up on having a better country thanks for that. You're welcome hugh. Yeah so sorry guys to her loss awesome we. We know what it's like Pressure not precisely but Yeah so just yes and you some love put out a cup of tea. Everything's GonNa be okay. Find each other. Yeah Yeah just yeah hold dear to what is important to you and and the people you love and that's all you can do keep trucking so what we'll do next year. If that happens to check on I know I don't think about that right now but anyway. Yeah it's just I'm just sending you guys some love. Just hang in there. Keep your your head up and Yeah do something in your in your personal life other than you know. Do something that makes you feel good and gives you hope in your country thank you. You're welcome fouth. Nope I'm good. Yeah just did a really tough. Yeah I have a lot of friends and we have a lot of listeners and we get a lot of support from the UK so We're here for you and Man Yeah Hearts go out. Yeah totally all right. Well that's it that's our show so Please visit us on twitter at Daly's pod follow us will WE'RE GONNA pick one and follower. We're GONNA come out and have dinner with you and that'll be fun and so do that and then Also check sister podcast. Muller she wrote comes out Sunday Nights..

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10:56 min | 1 year ago

"first time" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"You'll be glad you did all right. So Lindsey Graham crackers. He's week so first of all. We talked about this in the more she wrote. He's talked of impeachment of the trial and the jury that he does. He doesn't even pretend like he's going to be a fair juror And so that was interesting testing but then he has now invited. Rudy Giuliani to testify in the Senate Judiciary Committee the Senate Judiciary Committee Great. Yes the next best thing from trump in terms of board vomiting his way into more trouble for them and I have to. I have to ask the question. He's going under oath and the Democrats get a chance to ask him. Questions You know like Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris. We'll get we'll get a chance has to grill him and anything he says can be used against him in his current investigation criminal and counterintelligence and can be used against Levin and Ebor As well because they're all you know there's tons of video and I I am. I wonder if he'll do it like it just seems so dumb to do that but he apparently has suitcases. He had to buy new suitcases because he has so many documents From all the stuff you found when he was over over in Ukraine illegal lob legally lobbying Yes the high quality documentary that he's making for us all on one American network which is one of their top. Reporters Porter's works for Sputnik which is a Russian state propaganda television type situation? So that's fun Fun and then and then of course I I have to mention the Doug Collins Freak out because it was just so funny and sad And to watch this man come unhinged when now now they're brought the gavel down to end the debate portion of the articles of impeachment hearings. And because they were supposed to vote that night everyone that was on their schedule so now we can move forward. Thinking even scheduled votes could be waylaid or moved to different time or day but he brought gaveldon and Doug Collins what you can't. Hey you just gonNA blow everybody's schedule up tomorrow bought. He was clearly mad. That that He he was he was gonNA probably had home for the weekend on Friday. They'd be made it sound like he had all these meetings and things you know to the American people but probably mostly just like what and I got to come back tomorrow. Fuck you and he was so mad. It was just like the epitome of privilege. Like you know like whatever you he had planned they will understand Sorry I have to vote to impeach or not impeach the president of the United States. That seems like the best. Excuse you're going to get. Yeah I'll be half a day late. Whatever it is as we were going to do this weekend? Yeah exactly band again like you said who your public servant at the end of the day so I know and you get so many weeks off per year and you get a pretty big salary and now to be like lands you'll been vote Yeah that's job. Yeah could you participate in democracy opinion opinion. If I do think that you were right. Yeah that is like a really high salary. That's higher than I. I'm not saying they don't deserve it. I know they do a lot of work and the ideas to incentivize folks to do you really good work. You know you could come in to take that vote. Yeah planning about it. I exactly. Yeah just the elements of them being a representative of their constituents. It's very strange angle to take. I know yeah I don't WanNa do my job on behalf of the people who elected me. Yeah I think you're right though. That white pissed off is because that takes talking point does that was when when the vast the Democrats were like. Why did you delay the vote to the next day and they were like we didn't want to have a middle of the night vote? It just seems you know. Just do it in the light of day. Basically I think what they're talking point was willing to vote in the light of day. Yeah and them trying to make these hearings more. Primetime is something that really only works. Maybe for a few hour window once you get late into the night families are like winding down. They're not probably paying attention very much anymore. Especially since it's so infuriating to watch so starting fresh the next morning I think that makes a lot of sense so they basically reconvened just how the vote and pass the articles and and maybe some of them were going to be visited by some sort of angel or something if consciousness earth their conscience that will make them think about being a good person. They're they're abandoned collins WHO's probably not boom Hauer Their constituents you're too busy writing letters to hallmark ticket them to take. Yes you're there. Yup One million MOMS boycott homework. Yeah I saw hilarious. Twenty one million MOMS is really upset about seeing being you know Two pretty girls on the hallmark channel because it takes them back to that one time and horse camp in. Yeah Forget Horse Camp they picked Horse Camp Kathleen on my brain bud so funny engine decide not just an angry lesbians Yeah I heard that. And that was his all add we. We probably sponsored by Zola so I support them and uh I love that I thought it was a great commercial and then some trump guys like. Hey the Only two point five percent of the population is homosexual which is wrong. But he's just a business decision just because two point five percent of the dude you met you fuck doesn't make it two point five percent. No I'm kidding but 'cause obviously do what you want but like what. That's a business decision because because it two point five percent and so that's that's their business decision so my response to that was only eight percent of couples are interracial. Should we just pull all them out of commercials else to go. Fuck yourself all right cool cool story good defense yeah solid. That'd be a good commercial a fucking yourself. When when demographic they're missing out on his own but I can't have that on the homework in a wedding registry man? Mary's own asshole Leah Valentine's Day Card to yourself nobody RSVP to the man. Mary's is owned butthole wedding. but You keep track of those. RSVP's with Zola It's time for a little shoddy Fred. Okay so somebody on twitter that I follow who follows us back at the mall. Muller she wrote account is named at Mike Hot Pence. And I love this guy We're following for a while. Now he looks. Just it's like Mike Pence. Oh and he's a gay man and he dresses like Mike Pence in walks around times square with a bucket shaken a bucket to get donations to should that support. LGBTQ plus charities as Mike Pence. That's fucking awesome. and He. He got a story. There was a story about him In a publication there was. She's like hey everybody know about Mike Hot Pants and you follow him on twitter and so I just wanted to give a little That's just made. That made me feel good especially in the face of knowing about salvation. The army at the holidays and and they're anti JBC cupolas Campaigns things they donate to so I just wanted to give a shout out to at Mike Hot Pants for for for all the work that you're doing Thank you fellow. LGBT people. Trolling Mike Pence is one of my few joys of the last two years has really enjoyed after trump. I got into office office. And there's all these like big gay dance parties outside Mike Pence's house. Oh he does look like a lot. Oh My oh my God a lot. I'm going to New York in January. I'm GonNa have to you have to find my cop Pennsylvania and find him. Oh my God. That's so so funny. I wish he would wear like some gold may booty shorts and like a high just to see you know just the tie that like male dancers wear And Mike Pence like just the button stuck on his boob and just walks around like that. That'd be so fantastic little cold though I also I wish Shit Mike Pence new Like what it sounds like to call his wife mother because in the LGBT world you know in drag culture when people call their drag mothers Mama or mother so android that his mother. I think of Rupaul. Every time I had a fella at out an Alpine which is beast county right And we used to go to flint springs in because our we had our friend who was in the band I was in house out there. We would do band practice in Alpine and we'll go out and have beers at flint springs in afterwards or whatever and there was a guy there called the mayor. He called himself the mayor of Alpine. He wore Like a straw hat and overalls with no shirt under. And he's a big it dude and he would always have a piece of Straw in his mouth earned. She went on pieces try and he would bring his own thirty pack of PBR to the Bar and drink his own beers in the bar. Sir and blacks. He called himself the mayor of Flint Springs. And because I can't I don't know how to tell you all this but because of my first name name is the name is sh. I share a name with famous transmission like an automobile transmission and or tractor truck trailer Cat like transmission And so he called me tranny. Oh which is a short term for transmission. Like if you're GONNA go get your transmission fluid change it's not anymore Okay Harry Reid's over the other in terms of public and it took me about six months to figure out while he was calling me that because every time he did that we were all like. Oh this is. This is what I should use that word and and so when I learned we eventually had to explain him like that's a Thing that's not terminology befitting a Mayor Zoo. It's really not mayor brings his own thirty Rackham. PBR's ars though but he was like the greatest part was he was like what he's like. Oh Man I didn't know that and he just stop calling me that that is the appropriate response. Yes yes and he an. I'll never forget. He told the best story He's funny guy. He apparently collects restores his anti cars. Which is why? He's so into transmissions and he he tells the story of how he he got so drunk on his thirty Raca. PBR Flint Lind's brings one night and he he went. He left the parking lot. And you turn right on Alpine Road Alpine road or whatever it is and and then he eventually broke through the fence the little wooden fence on the other side of the road and rolled down into the ditch. God and one of the guys sitting around the table goes oh my God..

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10:47 min | 1 year ago

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"You'll be glad you did all right. Welcome back so that was a little bit of a teaser. I left you with in defiance of a court order. But this week in response that's to a lawsuit from the center of Public Integrity And on an order from a Federal District Court judge her. Name's Colleen Kollar Kotelly On November twenty fifth she made. Hey this ruling the State Department how to release documents communications regarding involving Ukraine scheme and they released one hundred forty six pages of documents related to the Ukraine shakedown scheme. But the problem album is the documents are pretty much. One hundred percent completely. Redacted and every substantive exchange between officials in the agencies is blacked out DEM's introduced the redacted materials. I think it was val demings. demings during the markup debates in the impeachment hearings this week the Center for Public Integrity is expected to file a motion to get the documents unredacted and in a related had different story. A federal judge ordered State Department on Friday to expand their search for records of communications between POMPEO and Giuliani state. Department had released a number documents showing contact between between the two but judge Christopher Cooper says you guys are bullshit from the DC District Court. He ruled the Department of Justice Arbitrarily Limited. Its search for documents documents. With a just a cutoff date they picked of August second Baronet Think about that cutoff. Date for a second. It wasn't until after August second. That Ukraine began expressing concern over the hold on Military Terry a.d with American diplomats. And that's one of the Republican defenses right. That Ukraine didn't know so that you can't be an quid pro quo if you don't know the glove doesn't fit you must acquit Bolton visited Ukraine in late August. So that's after that deadline and US officials didn't begin raising their own questions about the hold on the military aid until then until September and finally we know the. It wasn't released until September eleventh so all the communications with regards to the release of the aid happened after their arbitrary cutoff date so that August second caught update would have included any of those things communications about any of it Quote we know that many of the important developments that are central to the house. Impeachment inquiry happened in August and early September including the drafting of the whistleblowers report. The president's call memorandum was released on September twenty fifth. So there's a number of important developments on that all the communications about him. The White House releasing the call quote Unquote Unquote transcript which is not a transcript. It says right on thing There's also the September Ninth Call fabricated by Sunlen Gordon Sunlen and the September eighteenth call between pens Alinsky. That pence is refusing refusing to declassify. After his age Williams testified that about what it said to the committee behind closed doors. She wouldn't she wouldn't do that publicly because she said Pennsyl- classified side that and shift wrote that letter depend saying can't classify shit because you're trying to hide crime or you don't want to be embarrassed so we assume it's one of those things may be both. The judge is giving the State Department farm until January eighth to release all records documenting documents emails texts and call logs and scheduled meetings on Ukraine policy. Through October Eighteenth Not August second saying department of Justice did not adequately adequately explain why they picked August second as a cutoff date because they were August second. He's like why they're like 'cause we get and so they didn't have to. Yeah they didn't have a good reason to pick that date but we know what the reason was And The New York Times dropped a story Friday that a close aide the trump who was fired last year by John Kelly. When John Kelly was chief of staff is expected to rejoin the team his name John McCain mcentee or Mackenzie Iron Balls McGinty showed trump is his body man? It's not clear when Mackenzie is expected to return turn but in March of two thousand eighteen year and a half ago. He was marched out of the White House with no chance to collect his stuff. His security clearance had been denied because of severe online line gambling problem. Kelly was trying to curtail the free slow of the free flowing access to the president That trump actually was encouraging while Kelly was trying to fight it and and it seems like trump wants to keep familiar faces around for his twenty twenty campaign. So he's bringing him back on when you say bodyman. Do you mean like security. Yeah I think so Keith. Schiller type of Fella got it okay. severe does that whole thing like shutdown which one online poker and stuff. I don't remember. I know there was some lousy. How's that came out? And then the fight it. I know so little about anything with gambling. I have barely gambled in my life. Yeah like only stepped foot into casino. I think one time well I went to Vegas over several times but I've never like online gambled I don't I don't play poker. Yeah I'm pretty sure for a while you could make a decent living. Doing it changed official laws. That made it not not chill anymore soon. Yes a little sketch. Yeah so I wonder if it's like I wonder if he was actually cat food. Strange noise can't hear it that uh-huh we all did mere cat heads. What Jordan cat food he is anyways? Yeah I wonder if it's like if he actually has a problem in problem or or if it's just that the laws changed or something and seemed like he had dark. The Dark Chevy still do it or online gambling on the darker. But he's not gonna be able to get a security clearance if you didn't get one before so but you know no one cares about that anymore. Yeah Chill Right. He'll just have rogue agents protecting him. Who Cares I don't need the government wants Elsa pest bodyguard it's cool I see I think he just wants to keep familiar faces around and I'm hearing trump might reveal like he's thinking about not going to the debates after a after the Democrats select a candidate. I've there's rumors like he just won't even go to the debates with the Democrats. Why like a super authoritarian? Sort of mess is what do you think they would do. In that case Steve Dictate of the theatrics of an empty podium and still give the Democrat that time they should. I never happened ever like do a powerpoint presentation of trump's crimes just turned it into a town all asked the questions and nobody will challenge you. God that would be so bad as for Democrats grads though if he did that and they were able to still have have a showing like that but that being said speaking of the debates. I don't know if we're talking about this today. But the next democratic debate a bunch of the candidates. Tim said that they may not participate because of something to do with union. Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah the six damn debate. It's supposed to be this Thursday. Maybe because all seven democratic credit candidates all seven who have qualified for the PBS. Newshour politico debate Loyola Marymount Next week is threatened by a labor dispute And none of the Democratic candidates are willing to cross picket line along with Tom Perez. The I think he's chair. The DNC qualified candidates for that debate are sanders warn Yang Biden Closure Buddha judge in style and I think Tulsi Gabbard also qualified. But I think she has said she is sitting out not because the unions just because she doesn't believe leaving the the establishment of the Democrats. kind of I think so. I think she's mad at the DNC And all the candidates have written a letter to the DNC saying they want to ease the debate qualifications. Mm speaking of that quote. The escalating thresholds over the past few months of unnecessarily artificially narrowed started as the strongest and most diverse democratic field in history before voters have had a chance to be heard heard a DNC spokesperson said the DNC will not change the threshold for any one candidate and will not revert back to two consecutive nights with more than a dozen candidates. It's our qualification criteria. They say is extremely low and reflects where we are in the race so that little bit battle a battle going on with all the candidates and the DNC on debate qualifications I have to admit that I'm lake emotionally preparing myself to get really fucking the DNC as this process goes on. Because I was the last time around that I don't disagree everything they I do. Obviously but I'm mortally yeah. I'm preparing myself to get frustrated with the decisions that they make us. We'd draw closer To his voting happening I think they really think that collectively actively they know what's best for the party hands down and there are so many people like yourself and also like mean that it's I don't believe that they deserve that sort of blankets authority already to say what is best for the Democratic Party. So I think that's an interesting conversation. I'm curious to see. I'd like to see that fleshed out more. Yeah because the other argument is having the the seven candidates who have qualified reflects what you know where we are in the race is what they said and so I mean. That's an interesting argument to make you know. But but also the argument that to to have so. Many people taken out of contention before or anyone even to cast any votes in the primaries is an equally Worthy discussion point. I feel like I don't have a starting to fifteen on this particular issue. Oh I was just talking about like I think I have You know I'm like traumatized from twenty sixteen in some regards with like some of the choices of the DNC me. Yeah there's a lot of messy nece there. Yeah yeah there's nothing is but but when it comes to the debate stuff yeah I both sides of the argument there. Yeah I do think though that is really fucked up that someone like Tom Dyer. Who I'm sure is he fit like a great person send but he's able to buy his way on the debate stage which may blue mistake? That is on the debate stage. Yeah so then He. Because don't you have to have a certain amount of individual contributions solutions to get into the debate stage. Does Tom Steyer that. My I mean if he's on it. Whatever requirements are required? Yeah he made them but that was my understanding too and I don't know if those said he had the money. He had millions of dollars to put political ads out. That said. Hey contribute a dollar and you know. Then he'll get his. He'll meet his requirement so he had way more money than anybody going into that. Got To get those contributions yes and I do also know that. He's been building awareness just about him in his impeach brand basically which has been like hammering through facebook ads. It's and all these other ads. Yeah for a long time. So maybe that's that's why he has those thresholds meant. Yeah but I do think even still because that comes down to money and being able to pay for those ads to get his name in front of people at the end of the day money is why he is on that stage in cory. Booker is not inquiry. Booker Harris to yes yes yes get actively and even though she did qualify for the December one but then she pulled out right yeah and it was because her money was dwindling. Yes exactly so you know yeah. And so for for Booker or yeah. Harris Tanabe on that debate stage when no fence. Tom's tire but they've had a way longer history of being a public public representative. That's just really fucked up to me to agree So we're GONNA be right back. We've got a couple of things in AC- block we got Some Lindsey Graham News and some Doug Collins News and of course we have some shot and Friday so stick around everybody it's Ag to me. The best part of holidays is reconnecting acting with.

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10:56 min | 1 year ago

"first time" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"The notes pot. Not Yeah all right so I NEW JERSEY. Democrat Rep van. Drew has said he is which we've just call now He said he is switching sides because he strongly opposes the impeachment of trump Andrew met with trump but most people see through his alleged reason for switching He was trailing in his district losing major support from Democrats and the switch. The Republican Party would allow to avoid being primary by a Democratic challenger which he must certainly would be Sure he met with trump and trump was like tell you what Switched to Republican Party. I'll support you. Keep your job New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Says Andrew is quote willing to enable Donald Trump just to try to salvage his own election betraying our the values by siding with Donald Trump is the final straw and made it impossible for him to continue being supported by the Democrat Democratic Party as grassroots activists local party leaders in his district and I have made clear in recent weeks so the parties which is cynical and desperate says. The governor I am confident that a Democrat who shares the values and priorities of our Democratic Party will hold his seat. So that's what's happening in New Jersey. So is he actually switching parties like straight up switching to being a Republican is. Wow I didn't catch that when I read that. Yep Wow yeah what do yeah huge Douche and what. What does that say that you're either a Democrat or like bus when it comes to the issue of holding the president accountable that seems to give way more credibility to Democrats being the Party of truth? Yeah when you can't even exist within the party apparently or you think you see God. Yeah Yeah I know you send you mix it. Yeah thank you. And it wasn't just that it wasn't just this I mean he's he's got an f rating from the NRA A he's you know he's not familiar role. I believe So He's you know they what they call a Democrat in name only dino you will and there's also rhinos Republican in name only But yeah he's switching full onto the Republican Party. Now it's going full number. Okay good riddance. I know it's like yeah well if you're willing to sacrifice your values to win an election and you support this president by that was my first thought is career politician. Yup It's just just like okay so you look the Joe Lieberman second because like we discussed in The more she said that came out last night. One hundred seventy four thousand dollar salary to be congressional representative. But you have to run every two years you have to get winning your seat and so you're just perpetually running for office I think we need term limits. So yeah I think so too well because they say oh yeah I was just thinking about term limits. I think it's a really good idea to a lesson. fucking taking fresh blood to get in there. They only promises. DFW A constitutional convention. You have to have two thirds of the states ratify it. It's big old thing. We're not GONNA do that term limits. Yeah the yeah. Yeah 'cause you would need to amend I think the either amend the twenty second amendment add a new amendment about congressional term limits or something to make grandma has an interesting approach to voting she votes in comments no matter what party. They're from interesting right so she doesn't vote party line she votes for. Yeah yeah that's what. She said to me one time so she was telling the truth. That's that's how she votes. Yeah they always happen to be Republican. Yeah Yeah Yeah you I mean she. Yeah my GRANDPA's like a Fox. News watching Super Super Republican and my grandma's like I don't WanNa talk about this stuff But then one one of the few political thing she ever said to me was hate incumbents. Are they boomers I mean they're like my parents usually. Yes okay 'cause my parents had me pretty late. Yeah I mean that doesn't really make a difference. There's boomers of all political persuasions. I was just curious as to what they were. Yeah okay got it. Yep The my parents grandparents. My parents are the same age as your grandparents. Now that makes sense fuck. I'm well how do we have the same damn it. uh-huh okay yeah. Did you see me just have massive. Denial Front of everyone I am. Somebody asked me the other day. They're like how old are you in. Hell do you act act and I was like last year I was forty four and I acted nineteen this year. I'm forty five and I act fifty five like I love it so much I. We're CAFTANS around the house and I love acting like I'm fifty five. My parents are very young so I won't say they are yeah So as we know this week the House held their markup hearings on the articles of impeachment. That's when they all sit debate and go back and forth move to strike the last last word with Lawrence O'Donnell and that's they all debate. The articles of the GOP tried to amend and strikes on the articles they failed at every. Turn always got voted down We were expecting a vote on the articles. rickles that that night but now they're unexpectedly gaveled out to hold the vote. The next day the reason given by dams to delay the vote until the next morning because they didn't want to have a middle of the night vote that would give Republicans another talking point. You know Republicans would be like secret middle of the night. Vote like how they talk about. Batum shifts dungeon and weird shit like that. I loved how Jamie Raskin was like. Would you rather We've had it on a different room. We could have done that. Would that be okay. You know just just the weird stuff but the next day they did pass both articles goals along party lines twenty three to seventeen in both votes so they have The House Judiciary has voted to impeach the president Next Steps sometime today Sunday Sunday the house will put together a massive report a very detailed report on impeachment on the articles This is the report That we expect will contain an explanation of the larger pattern of behavior what muller recalls the totality of evidence and. That's where we expect to get more detail on the ambiguous sort of fly by mentioned investigation both articles. They didn't mention him by name but they said you remember that. There's his other stuff that happened. Member news bad and so that's kind of I think we'll get more detail in this report had as of right now this minute of recording. It's like one thirty on the West Coast on on Sunday. We don't have that report yet but we will let you know when it comes out. What's in it it's GONNA be? It's GONNA be probably linked to the Miller report. Then this Tuesday there will be here. We could do twenty episodes on that one reports we could do twenty episodes on the G. report that came in and it's just so much. Do they have an audible thing yet. Do you know. I don't even know how cast for that report. Not that I know of Nazi. Maybe I'll look it up if you know Anita g yeah it's also way technical imprint storing. It stands it's very. It's like a hundred times harder to read. The Miller report wasn't a mole. report was pretty dense as well. Yeah I just feel very inclined to read it specifically because of how different interpretations Ed are. Yeah Yeah Right. especially the crux of the changing of that e mail that called Carter Page not a source. the Republicans are claiming that he was a source. And we don't actually have the answer to that so I I wanna see more detail about that as well because if if they if Carter page was a source for the CIA and he wasn't allowed to be put under is a warrant Fire visor valence. I think that the I g would have said that. And he they didn't they said there was no political bias. Impacting the FIFA and the FIFA would have been granted Regardless of this change to the email so I don't think that it would have had any kind of significant impact On whether or not the initial that was ever knew all the Faisal ring. Renewal was granted. Then this Tuesday there will be hearing in the rules. Committee to discuss. Sounds like DOC Morris. John What do you make the rules. We with Republicans Fun. So they're going to discuss the process by which the articles will move to the full house for a vote and Tuesday night There are over four hundred demonstrations and all fifty states schedule nationwide on the eve of what could be the House floor. Vote on impeachment though. It's not scheduled in the counter yet. They expect to vote on Wednesday. That's when everyone says they're thinking they're going to vote. The House has said it will most likely convene Wednesday morning The Earth's excuse me the house has not said that they are house is said to most likely convene Wednesday morning to vote on the articles. That's kind of what everybody is guessing So that's what our our next steps are. Of course we will keep you posted as that unravels. And now but there's some sort of a little wrench a little Sabotage that Bill Bars Kinda the thrown into the mix here Jordan. What what's that about yes? CNN was reporting on this but it's on their public website but the Justice Department basically just quietly snuck some things onto their website. Right and those things were internal legal opinions that basically are there to uphold trump's obstruction of congress explanations essentially so so they just put on the website the options date back to the seventies and eighties. So they're older. One of them is from nineteen eighty two and was written by former. You're head of the office of Legal Counsel and was apparently made originally at the request of Rudy. Giuliani himself. Who when he worked at the DOJ so these are incredibly biased? Memo's obviously that uphold their reasoning for. Why trump shouldn't be beholden to Congress or courts or fucking Tuck in anything just basically just justifications of expansive executive power and these are new legal opinions? These are old legal opinions that they're just now posting up on their site. Is that what I'm understanding. an official at the DOJ said that these opinions were specifically cited in the O.. L. C. opinion that mcgann should be immune from testimony. So Oh there it sounds like kind of posting what their background institutional quote unquote because it's internal It's just like the Office of Legal Council members of the Department of Justice that prevent you from indicting sitting president. Yes same kind of memo exactly And so they're citing they have been citing those memos in actual legal arguments and so it sounds like they're just putting those on their website kind of to just demonstrate what it is safe in polling firm when they're making those arguments in court I I mean it's like maybe have some kind of authority if they weren't just opinions as part of a lawsuit that the White House is currently lost like the mcgann one for example and is now al going through appeals. Yeah but then posting them on the website now just kind of comes off as to sort of desperate preemptive internal defense that it is they don't really have if I mean this is the we talked about. Were not mary-anne with this. I remember when he was on our Chicago. Show how much authority and Elsie opinion. Actually has so. Yeah because 'cause we were talking about if the president gets indicted by the Department of Justice How how much will that Office of legal memo or office legal council member hold up in court because it's never been tested Yeah so then..

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"To holiday party during this time. I know that's wild for me right. Were Yeah I wore heels heels and a lot of makeup those is it. It's nice excuse to have a reason to dress up around the house. You know it is nice. I remember when we went to the BALLADE party. Last year I got to somewhere like my Opel. Broach was very very fun. I've worn on a yoga tank top but it was now but do you. It's nice to get dressed up heels are hard. I don't like them. Yeah my angry. I found a pair of DOC Martin heels. I almost bought. They're just like boots with like. Just docs thing. I've ever heard. Yeah yeah they're cute though but it's like I never dressing these. Yeah Yeah there are one hundred one hundred eighty dollars or something. I'm like I knew nearly gun for your wedding wedding. Yeah that'd be fun. I worked twenty I combat boots under my princess dress. Yes No thank you with your wedding dress in your boots very very much. Oh back when I was a blonde yup back with you. Remember boots I then course it is. It's impossible oh of of course it on and then apply boots shade that mistake so many times felt like an hour lacing up of course in the try to put my gosh yeah I need help l. helped me I remember. One time I went out clubbing with a friend of mine. I wore like a rubber tank top rubber skirt and I came home and tried to take the tank atop often that got caught in my hair and like cotton river tank top and hair and arms all above my head and I had to call the fire department alone insist so they show up at my door. I hear you as our door would like you know bare chest arms above ahead like help me. Oh my gosh. Hi where where Jason Biggs character gets his Dick second a bottle of lotion or something. Probably that sounds like an American pie. Think sounds like something they would do that but female version more more classy exposed for all just pleasant all around us twenty five are you always wonder it's like that's the story they still tell at. The at the fire department aren't sitting around playing cards waiting to slide down poles and stuff. Yeah that's what that's how it really is right. Era of yeah don't destroy my my firehouse imaginations So well welcome the this news program and now we've talked about rubber tank tops in parties and we so that's fun and so much news and it just all happened like after we recorded on Thursday You know so we do have a lot to.

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Around the Horn

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"first time" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Call four hundred twenty feet in the first inning last night is that what you think I mean there are balls that are getting out getting that's exactly what I was gonna say what about the balls opting out I'm just so disappointed and all this England Brian how hard would it be in for the Brian to say you know what I'll defend Darryl Maurice Rights freedom of speech the way I've exercise my freedom of speech to get back to this Guy Kevin Black stump yeah he makes himself look inconsistent and you can't it'd be inconsistent when you step out on these sorts of issues human rights matter obtained the black lives matter movement just as they do in the protests going on in Hong Kong right now and I was suggested he not shy away from it and not speak about it but instead spend some time to educate yourself about the politics going on in that part of the world I'm not interested in singling out Lebron or any other player for this because the real situational problem here is at the top the NBA chose to get into business autocratic regime and it does things its own way they should've studied happened to gap Marriott United Airlines when they stepped out of line and the Chinese terms on the subject of territorial integrity they didn't do their homework they weren't there were naive and it's ridiculous to pile on any player for feeling a little unfamiliarity as run day okay that was it was something we we broached on yesterday's program something I wanted to get your take on Kevin Black some Clinton Gates talked about Lebron as leader in the African American community and how he is up in the past he doesn't have to speak up every single issue in the world how how do you feel no he doesn't he doesn't have to speak up but the fact is he did speak up on this and he was wrong in what he said and he needs to analyze this situation before speaking on it again that's what threw me off two days ago as well it was always about Dera Maury tweet and to me the story was so far past about whether the NBA kowtowed to China and China's Flexi and how they did their business and that's what I would onto here Lebron speak to we'll move on built plaschke's you wrote up Legrand today and you wrote up the angels today as well this is another story credibly complicated and news of the day is that the Angels Higher Joe Mattie much larger than that the scandal that's come out of tragedy and the investigation into the drugs latest death of Tyler skaggs and now the team's director of communications currently Aleve cooperating with the DA and federal authorities bill as the those tried to move on from this how can they yeah it's really a sad story this is a baseball team in need of a baseball story that's why they hired you Amanda try to some of the attention away from it they've got huge issues in drug related deficits gags there's employees you know allegedly involved is he as looking into it there's players allegedly involved the club the standing back and waiting to see what the does what they're finding reported there perfect man to come in and try to calm the storm kind of steered attention away from that but there's still lot long road to go on trial before we steer away from it do you believe the team sitting back in trying to make managing higher today and letting the DA run their investigation is is the wisest should they be a little bit more public Yeah I think as bill set a dark day for the angels but how about how about everyone else how about baseball how about this country if if it's worth talking to five or six players besides after the skaggs death on the angels and this doesn't mean they're all guilty but if it's worth talking to them do we think that number is zero on twenty nine the other major league teams or other sports sports entities we know it's a national epidemic and I I think we have no idea how far they get them it's a national epidemic just like cocaine abuse was a national epidemic win it caught Lynn bias here in Washington DC and reverberate around the country including up into to Boston. and and I remember how that role through the campus college park the University of Maryland it's GonNa take there's no higher that can be made fire that can be made to make that go away immediately this is going to be something that takes some years and a cultural lover the angels were in need of baseball refresher if you will a page Turner on baseball sense and now when you combine this with this new need for a pr fix if you will be our approach to oversee a mess and inventive way a creative way and he will win all the press copies before and after the date this is what they need right now so Plaski some talent show thanks for your thoughts they kept blackstone and Bob Rice around you got your free I'd love for you to showdown the last three topics of the day in two minutes calamitous this joint heiress through all in the United States you're in a crisis in anyone else that tries to deny it is full of it they are in crisis 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Around the Horn

14:04 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm doing that Guy Ezra Washington the monkey wrench the Yankees series and Lebron James like walking the dog Nick Johnson OJ Vidrio new East Yala Christiane Guthman Nuke Logan Nicer Morgan Allies dukes relieving pain Shad Cordero's hats we're GONNA shop by the way rolled lately Yoda there this was for the president and for this guy the lottery you're all getting points for that guy about that guy how the nationals went from never winning a postseason series to never losing in an L. C. CBS Days Kevin blog installed in titletown what did the nationals just do what they did is what you're not supposed to be able to do in postseason baseball right now and that is win with your starting pitching been stunning obviously and they've got four of them they have to take no nose into the seventh inning of playoff games and the other guys have just been outstanding haven't had to rely on that much Milan bullpen and then when they had to it came through Well so in a lot of ways I've said it before but this postseason has been representative of their entire season they have come from nowhere into the front and they're on the home stretch and it looks like they can be as favored as anyone to win it all right there's teams in the world series yes they could be as favourite has anybody as Houston or New York Bob Ryan what did you see from this nationals club well everyone saw the pitching let's say the same thing down the street there's no way to get around it one they've got some anthrax dome is one of the handful of greatest players in baseball people finally starting to is that he's an MVP candidate the guy I want to talk about quickly though is how we can fourteen years under the radar minding his own business and to ninety six time this year he led the League in hitting Oh yes got in seventy at bats he's a professional hitter at the apex at the with the spotlight is on him at this point was career who's coming through big him and his own self made a couple of errors but he overcomes it with the bat I just happy for how we can rick the world at large is going to see a great professional having his moment look over at bill reminiscent of a show maybe a week ago when you guaranteed the nationals would be out of the series against the dodgers you're going the wrong way let's just go to give back to flesh good call there you know would we saw what they did to the brewers coming back to the dodgers coming back maybe their team at destiny that's always gonNA scratch and clods way I don't think anybody saw it going certainly Saint Louis didn't see it going this way when the nationals had to number four starter Sanchez in the first game and the cardinals after six innings ago we don't have it hit off this Guy Sir Strasbourg coming next what are we up against it's been an amazing pitching ron but you know the other guys mentioned rent down Soto to have a young hitter like that who walks the way he does they just have great disciplined in certain spots it's it's just a heck of a hot all shore hot team built the Washington nationals are not and you know that better than anybody would receive them in this series great great starting pitching of course the cardinals one thirty batting average the lowest ever fourteen in a seven game series postseason series unbelievable but also the got hot at the right time let's face it there were sixteen sixteen of their last eighteen games that's the hottest streak in franchise history sixteen in Eighteen Games they they all play together okay let's give Mike Rizzo I give him a lot of credit because they lost bryce Harper they signed Patrick Corbin when everybody said traded Max Scherzer they didn't track sure they went with the old time and trusted so formula of great starting pitching and worked give the hats off to the beginning of Bryce Harper Bryce Harper Birthday today I'm very happy birthday I'm sure the city of live right right there you go the happy something you wanted to add Kibi well I was just going to say the other thing is this team also leads major league in batting with two outs it has been astounding how they I'm back with it seems like you can count them out and you saw a lot of that would how kindred question for you guys drinking or maybe I should say food nellie finally the adults Ralphie may here with their toying with the trophy black Assad it's fine you can't rip it to Karen the celebration on well I mean you guys found a way to rip certain celebrations from time to time but this one I think all right we'll move on yeah he's the game for post old storm team tracker doppler four thousand seems seems like a good one bob let me ask you this the idea what this does for the rest of the series conventional wisdom is says it favors the astros because the Yankees were with by playing four games in we'll have to use their relievers back to back at some point something that Aaron Boone has avoided doing all year long now we know what they got the depth in the bullpen we all know that but how much up this you know we weren't really really gonNa find out you got to like this for the Astros I don't think they ask you that how you see it bob the bullpens tired and in fact will be exact moon is we're used any relievers back to back to back at all this season for three straight games he's going to have to do that now plus they used a lot of them last night in in the in the loss I I just think you know it's it's really training forty astros and everybody's talking about saving for lander they can start Orlando now earlier than what they wanted to start him get him out there as quick as they can get this over I says they can start him in game five for game six Tim Keller Show I don't know if that's such a great idea with Burland Aj Hinch said today he's going to do that if it goes six then you gotta do a bullpen game in game six the Yankees do have the advantage now of getting back to Tanaka in game four the game five they feel like that gives them a little bit of an edge you know get their best pitcher back out there get the series up and Kevin Blackstone yeah they don't have to go with the opener now in Green as they were planning to do and you know what they just need to catch their breath I mean they had they were horrible against Ver Lander and coal you expect all those strikeouts but you just need to get back to figure out how to hit a baseball and get on base and scores from run so I think the time off might be a little bit more to their advantage speaking of last night and Garrett Cole Oh you know he hasn't lost the game in about five months that's the game where the Yankees had him the ropes but never got the runs across the plate and I want to ask you about the ball again because I showed you that chart for Rob Arthur baseball perspectives last week dragons over the last two weeks postseason opposed all season everybody was like eh but then you saw gregorious last night you saw Maldonado last night's you believe there's something with the ball Brian and how is it affecting postseason play so many people say there is no position to contradict it but I will argue this or point this out living in the northeast all my life and watching games in Boston and New York specifically balls that are that won't go out in April and may go out in June July and August and stopped going out in September and October and that is an that's true in New York as well as Boston so you've got to for that one into your eye test you're not so worried this corrects for weather atmosphere that Sharpton I showed you from baseball combination okay bill plash with the ball absolutely baseball conducive all during the season they can certainly in USA ball in the off season and Info season and that's what they've done of that will smith hit nineteen the dodgers stadium last gets back to homerun dodgers leap over the fence the dugout fence to celebrate it and Gorey's last night that looks like that was gone my test and my head test says these balls are suddenly not Jews through being dead and cowlishaw sounds very sounds very concerned to`real to me they just changed the balls all of a sudden yeah of course yes yes they do they did their season yeah you think the ball was beheaded I saw gave a back to beg VACs what about how he has I mean the odd balls for that particular course I believe even at a home run auto glass key players are reacting in a way that would demonstrate what they thought was a home run or well all season long is not that whether it's in the celebration whether how quickly they're getting out of the box let's say politely yeah it saves players more a little surprised at the result we've been horrible Football Trees La Rams training away. Marcus Peters and then the big deal trading for Jalen Ramsey and it appears l. a. is going all in for this season they're going to want to go and five straight years without a first round draft pick which is kind of unheard of L. A. bill this is how they approach it who won this trade did anybody loses trae what do you think of the bill I think both teams trade NPR's can still play and he'll be a in addition to the Ravens but I think the the rams good for the rams going for it obviously the thing you wanted to trade for as a running back which they can't do they already got too much invested in Todd Gurley the quarterback Scott anemic offense but they can't help themselves there they cannot help themselves on defense peers was getting beat Jameis Winston torched him Russell Wilson Torture Them I think that again we're trying to transfer best now they still still see a light in the tunnel in the AFC they're going for good for them Jim Callus show I think the Jaguars lose the trade I think uh elite player like Jalen Ramsey you gotta find a way to make him happy you gotta find a way to do whatever it takes you give him up and you're probably getting first round picks you know what are they eighteenth twentieth something like that and you don't know what you're getting there that's a hard sell to Jacksonville fans in a division that still is somewhat winnable there's not a great team there Houston's a little better than the rest but you know I don't think the season was lost and now I think a lot of the good gardener minhsiu feelings are gone because of a given Ramsey go you don't think two first rounders is enough historically not many traits happened with to rely on if they were better first rounders but I I know the rams are three and three but if finished ten six this year and next year those great be on Ramsey well no we looked at their defense is just pointed out but when I look at it at their whole team I don't go boy they need Jalen Ramsey I go oh they need some offensive line helps apple's down the running game you just said he was running back maybe they can't get them but maybe they can shore up that offensive line somehow some way because that's to me there his problem great for Ramsey going forward because obviously you lose you lose peters and probably even to leave who's long tooth you've lost the lead peters you decided to part ways with Bob Ryan what do you think of what Los Angeles is doing here there was no offensive linemen equivalent available to them as there was the ramseys let's forget that stuff we all know they need linemen a little bit only a few months removed from the Super Bowl when they still think they got a chance to go back and a somewhat wide open NFC I don't agree with them I think it's over by the way for them but take action for them careful with that word word word is he's quickly approaching van go Tim Cowlishaw even know you set in the middle of your answer yes we're still getting the points for a band word we're taking right here Oh yeah which one I think you know I think you don't pull narrative voice welcome back to around the horn coming to you from the Heineken River decades here seventy I talked about it yesterday tweeted out a couple of houses that people would not understand him you know my knowledge of what it came from from rain and learn from the situation talking about it now and I won't talk about it again Lebron James opting out spill plash you wrote in today's La Times gross hypocrisy from James You said James in the NBA acting like footstool to China would do you believe the ramifications are Lebron being to say I support Darryl Maurice Support Human Rights the way odd supported human rights but no as we all learned Lebron's support for his fight for social justice and human rights he's only as far as his wallet this thing and trying to hurt his business interests and he'd last about it and it's a bad look it's a mercenary look James Tim cowlishaw I perfectly understand his desire to move on from a battle he fought and lost and accused of being selfish put it was really the opposite and no big Lebron James he can move on and go back to being Lebron James Great Basketball player but the next time he tries to be Lebron James spokesman on social justice causes the people are going to raise a lot of eyebrows about why did you understand it then but you want.

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